Frequently Asked Questions
On your first visit, the physiotherapist will compile a full history of your condition and carefully assess the problem. On the same visit, treatment will commence. The number of visits required will depend on the severity of the condition.
The aim of each visit is to improve the problem. Your physiotherapist may include different treatment modalities such as joint mobilisation, electrotherapy, massage and may even prescribe an exercise regime for you.
It is normal to experience some soreness after your treatment, however it is very important that you give feedback to your physiotherapist about this, so that your treatment can be modified.
Yes, appointments are required to attend Power Physiotherapy. This is to ensure that you receive the optimal time required in the treatment of your condition. Contact us today for availability.
The physiotherapists at Power Physiotherapy are providers for all health funds, so check with your health fund if your policy covers you for physiotherapy.
A doctor’s referral is not required for a private patient to attend physiotherapy. However, a referral is required if attending for matters relating to workers’ compensation, motor vehicle claims or veterans’ affairs.